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[05/23/2002] New SnEEC DataLogger


RACE Systems has finally released their SnEEC-IV DataLogger for 97-95 EFI Fords. RACE Systems teamed up with Mike Wesley from Autologic, the main company responsible for the custom, aftermarket chips to tune the stock Ford computer. The SnEEC is a passive data logger, which means it passively records real-time information from your Ford?s computer and logs it for later analysis.

The SnEEC plugs directly between the Ford EEC-IV ECU and the main engine harness. Users can plug a laptop directly into the SnEEC to access the logs, or to display data as it is happening. The software easily installs on any Windows 95/98/NT4/2k/XP machine, including desktops. Just use a serial cable to connect your desktop or laptop to the SnEEC and the software will do the rest.

By recording various sensors, the SnEEC can be a very useful tool to help tune your motor, or diagnose a problem. The motor does not even have to start for the Sn-EEC to show what may be causing a problem. The SnEEC monitors the following factory sensors:
ECT (Engine Coolant Temperature)
ACT (Air Charge Temperature)
TPS (Throttle Position Sensor)
VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor)
MAF (Mass Air Meter)
HEGO (Oxygen Sensors, 2 channels), displays in volts
TFI (Thick Film Ignition Module), displays in RPM and timing advance in Deg. BTDC.
MAP/BAP (Barometric / Manifold pressure), displays in inches of mercury
Injector (Fuel Injector) pulsewidth in mS, and duty cycle in %.

The SnEEC also supports the following feature connectors:
Wideband (Wideband Air Fuel Ratio Meter)
EGTs (Exhaust Gas Temperature) Two channels.
Knock (A Knock sensor input)
MAP (Monitors Vacuum and Supercharger Boost)
Trigger ? A Trigger input for flagging events or starting/stopping DataLogging via a switch.

With the above combinations of sensors, the SnEEC should prove to be a valuable asset to racers. The SnEEC is compatible with aftermarket chips, along with EEC-Tuner, Calibrator, Tweecer, SpeedBrain, and Xtreme EFI tuners. For $479.00 plus shipping, the SnEEC DataLogger, and necessary cables can help you tune your EFI Ford.

For more information visit:
http://www.racesystems.com

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